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Getting To Know About Hair Extensions

Have you picked up any hairstyle magazines and admired the models in magazines featuring different hair styles whether short hair or long hair styles? I have always enjoyed looking at the different hairstyles.

Recently, I visited a friend of mine in her home. I got to meet her youngest daughter named Lisa, who had just graduated from her hairstyling course. Meeting Lisa was like meeting a very close friend because we have the same interest. We get to talking about hairstyling and that was when I had a free lesson on hair extensions. She showed me some of hair extensions which were delivered to her few days ago. These she bought online from https://equeenahairstore.com.

Lisa took out a bundle to show me and mentioned that those are virgin hair extensions. She explained that virgin hair is from a single donor and she could be a Brazilian, Indian, Peruvian, Mongolian or Malaysian. Virgin hair is natural human hair. Before we buy any hair extensions, we will need to know something about them.

Brazilian hair is shinier and silkier with a natural smoothness than other virgin hair. The hair curls well and they come in different colours and lengths. If we are looking for soft and thick hair with a sensual look that makes us feel natural and comfortable, then we will choose this.

What about Indian hair? It is thick and coarse and easy to straighten. If we want full hair that are sleek and shiny then Indian hair is good. Both Brazilian hair and Indian hair will last longer is it is well taken care of.

When there is a need to wear a hair extension, we want it to remain as natural as possible. Choosing a lace frontal creates a natural hairline and we can even wear our hair away from our forehead. The fine and thin threads of the lace frontal enables us to match any skin type. It is made of pale material and we can easily colour to suit our skin if necessary. The lesson ended when I have to end my visit.


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